Behind the early church building was a mill-race that sometimes backed up and flooded up to a foot deep under the building. Records describe the results wryly, "The frogs would congregate under the building during the summer evenings, and it was difficult to tell which sang the louder, the people or the frogs."
Some of the early church furniture was made in Baileysburg. The design on the three chairs on the podium match the design on the ends of the pews. In 1967, a memorial to Thelma Rogers made it possible to have a pulpit designed to match the chairs. The pulpit was built by Gene Turner. In 1969, a memorial to Daphine Spalinger was responsible for the matching communion table which was built by Ed Simmerman. The choir chairs were re-glued and re-finished in 1984.
The baptistry was painted by Ida Metcalf, wife of I.E. Metcalf who was the minister from 1923 to 1926. The ceiling in the sanctuary was lowered and the walls paneled in the 1960's.
A new furnace was installed in 1980. Over the years, the basement has been remodeled and changed several times. Karl Croft remodeled the kitchen in 1984. Major remodeling of the basement was completed in 1986 with new carpeting, arrangement of class rooms, and redecorating the fellowship room. A handicap restroom was completed in 2004. All restrooms were remodeled and modernized in 2009.